Posted September 07, 2018 05:59:00 When you think of Patagonian mountains, the picture usually pops into your mind.
But they’re really just a place to find water.
The Patagonians have been digging for years, but they’ve never had the technology to build a network of pipelines to pump the water to their homes.
Now, thanks to the work of some of the world’s best hydrogeologists, they’ve figured out a way to do it.
They’re building a network that could provide access to water to almost a third of the population of the Patagonsia Mountains, an area that’s only 2,600 square kilometers (1,100 square miles).
“This is the biggest project in the world for this purpose,” says Juan Guzman, a geoscientist at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City.
“It’s like an enormous mountain range that’s connected by a small river.
And now we have the means to connect the two.
There are already pipelines that can reach these mountains, but there are also other pipes that could be built, or even a power line, so that water can be pumped into the mountains.”
The first of the projects, which is currently under construction, will include a network to transport water from a small lake to the main reservoir of the mountains, and then a pipeline that will carry water from the reservoir to a pipe that will transport water to the village of Cuillin.
That pipe will carry the water from Cuillin to Patagona, where the water is piped to homes, hospitals and other buildings.
Guzman says the goal is to have the water piped directly into Cuillin, instead of through a pipeline.
“This is a great step,” he says.
“But, there’s still some work to be done, because there are still some problems with the current pipeline.”
For one, it’s difficult to connect a pipeline directly to the mountain.
The water needs to be piped from the main lake to a large storage tank that sits about 40 meters (130 feet) above the surface.
That’s the case for the two main reservoirs.
“The water needs some sort of a connection, but you have to do some engineering work to connect those two reservoirs, and this will take years,” Guzman says.
He says he hopes to have a solution in place in the next year.
The other problems with pipelines in the Patapsco Mountains are that they need to be maintained and are expensive to maintain.
One of the big problems with these pipes is that they have to be constantly monitored to ensure they’re working properly, and they’re often damaged by weather.
Other problems include the fact that the water in the mountains is always changing, so when you go out, you have a different supply than you did before.
But the biggest problem is that the pipes are located in the middle of an area where the temperature changes and the temperature of the water drops.
This is the reason why, for example, Cuillin is hotter than the other reservoirs.
These pipelines will make it easier for the Patapans to access water in other areas of the country, which could be a boon for their economy.
According to the government of Patapá, the Pataguans already receive around 50 percent of their water from groundwater.
It is estimated that the average household in the area would have access to 4,400 cubic meters (5,700 gallons) of water.
With the pipes, they could be able to provide a much bigger supply.
So what does the Patastos want?
They want to be able, in addition to their water, to be more resilient in case of an emergency.
To do that, they want to build more pipelines, which would be a massive project.
They want the water coming from Curill to go to Cuillin’s main reservoir, which can supply up to 7 million people, and to a nearby reservoir that could supply the village.
This is something that many of the communities in the region don’t have access, because they’re in remote areas.
But if the Patas can build pipelines, they can provide a wider range of services.
Patagona is also hoping to create jobs, as the project could create 3,000 jobs.
“That’s a lot of jobs, because the people in the villages have to go out of the villages and work,” Guiness says.
The project is just the first step in a long-term effort that’s aimed at providing clean drinking water to many more Patagones.
If the Patagos are successful in this project, then they could become a regional leader in providing water for the whole country.